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1  Lestrade was waiting for us at the door.
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2  The boy locked the door before he left it.
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3  She followed me, however, before I could close the door.
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4  I stood at the door for a few minutes, and now I am quite myself again.
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5  An instant later our door opened, and a tall young man entered the room.
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6  As we stepped into the carriage one of the stable-lads held the door open for us.
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7  Halfway down, Lestrade stopped and tapped at a door, which was opened by a small servant girl.
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8  Then, as I approached the door, she seized my sleeve and pulled me back with convulsive strength.
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9  As I stood there, imagine my surprise, Mr. Holmes, when the door suddenly opened and my wife walked out.
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10  I was still puzzling over it when I heard the door gently close again, and her footsteps coming up the stairs.
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11  I approached and knocked at the door, which was instantly opened by a tall, gaunt woman with a harsh, forbidding face.
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12  But she would have forgiven me; she would have stuck as close to me as a rope to a block if that woman had never darkened our door.
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13  Then, having left the door open behind him, he was leading the horse away over the moor, when he was either met or overtaken by the trainer.
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14  A yellow bar falling across the black foreground showed that the door was not quite closed, and one window in the upper story was brightly illuminated.
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15  My companion ordered him to wait, and had his hand upon the knocker, when the door opened and a grave young gentleman in black, with a very shiny hat, appeared on the step.
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16  Then, thinking that I was still asleep, she slipped noiselessly from the room, and an instant later I heard a sharp creaking which could only come from the hinges of the front door.
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17  In the midst of this interview the maid rushed in to say that the master had come home, on which the wife, knowing that he would come straight down to the cottage, hurried the inmates out at the back door, into the grove of fir-trees, probably, which was mentioned as standing near.
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